Choose the frame based on environment
The belt cane should be worn most of the day, because there is no benefit to walking without effective path information.
Adults easily integrate wearable canes into structured and unstructured activities.
Children five and younger with mobility visual impairment and blindness (MVI/B) obtain independent tactile feedback about the path ahead: such as "clear path", "blocked path", "elevation change".
Learners with MVI/B, who wear their canes most of the day, gain confidence with consistent path information and improve in motor, concepts, language and social skills.
The daily frame provides a two-step preview of the path ahead. The daily frame is intended to be worn inside, in roomy indoor spaces, in the mall, at school and outside, on the playground, in the backyard, on the beach, everywhere.
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